Arturia KeyLab MkII 49 Black

48

Teclado MIDI USB

  • Con 49 teclas sensibles a la velocidad y con Aftertouch
  • 16 pads de interpretación con retroiluminación RGB
  • 9 faders
  • 9 knobs giratorios
  • Pantalla LCD
  • Función de categoría
  • Ruedas de tono y de modulación
  • Función de acordes y transposición
  • Botones de transporte
  • Conexiones: 5 entradas de control de expresión, 4 salidas CV, 1 entrada CV, entrada/salida MIDI, USB
  • Entrada para fuente de alimentación externa
  • Carcasa de aluminio
  • Incluye software Analog Lab con más de 6.500 sonidos, Piano V y Ableton Live Lite
  • Dimensiones: 793 x 297 x 53mm (ancho x profundo x alto)
  • Peso: 6,3kg
  • Color: Negro

Requisitos del sistema:

  • Windows 7 o MAC OS 10.8 o superior mín.
  • 4GB de RAM
  • CPU a 2GHz
  • Espacio libre de 7GB en el disco duro para una instalación completa del software incluido
  • Unidad de DVD
  • Conexión a internet
Disponible desde Agosto 2018
número de artículo 443117
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
Aftertouch
Split Zones 1
Función Layer
Pitch Bend / Modulation
Encoders giratorios 9
Fader 9
Pads 16
Display
Interfaz MIDI 1x In, 1x Out
Conector de pedal Sustain
USB-anslutning
Alimentación por red
Alimentación a pilas No
Bus-Powered
439 €
Todos los precios incluyen IVA
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Top quality
Antonio Muñoz 22.07.2019
Utilizo el teclado en el estudio para manejar los vst. Aunque no es contrapesado tiene muy buen tacto, también los potenciometros. Muy sencillo de implementar con cualquier daw y sacar todo su potencial.
La unica pega que en el daw Sonar es algo compllicado configurar. Por lo demas fenomenal.
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Best synth MIDI controller
ArnoCyreus 07.04.2022
After a few years of heavy use, I was looking for something to replace my M-Audio Code 49 and the aim was to upgrade to something more premium/professional (I use my controller every day, for several hours).

The two main contenders were the NI Komplete Kontrol and Arturia, but I opted for the latter in the end as for my needs the integration and workflow are superior, but your milage my vary.
First; the build quality is top notch. I come from a background of hardware synths and this is as close as a MIDI controller will come, there are moments where I forget this is a controller and not a really well made synth. The aluminum body feels great, the pitch and mod wheels also have a very nice feel. Knobs feel good to press, with just enough resistance and "click" and the layout of controls is very ergonomic for me, but again your milage my vary.
Encoders and faders are good, the latter have a good feel and the travel is smooth, however both of those are a noch bellow the rest of the stuff, but not bad in any way.
What wins for me is the integration with AnalogLab and the V Collection, which I have been using for a very long time; the workflow is absolutely worth the money in my opinion. It delivers the hands-on synth experience and sound-design becomes a delight. The transpose function is well implemented (just press the "transpose button" and press the desired key), pads feel nice and I love the chord mode on them.

The only divisive aspect of the Keylab MkII might be the keybed; before I tried it, I heard both a lot of good and bad stuff about it and to be honest BOTH are true in a way... From a synth perspective, this is an absolute breeze to play, the aftertouch is responsive and one can absolutely fly over the keybed with leads and bass lines. It is a very nice synth action keybed and I wouldn't mind something akin to this on some of the hardware synths.
On the other hand it is a synth action board (a very good one IMO), but for piano and orchestral sounds, the board might not be perfect; I still use the Code for some of that stuff as it has semi-weigthed keys and I'm still used to that a lot. Again, it comes down to personal preferences. The mod and pitch wheel are also quite small, so using them for dynamics of orchestral plugins can be a bit jarring at first.
With all that out of the way, I can absolutely recommend the board for synth and sound design stuff, which I do mostly anyway and there the Keylab absolutely shines! The integration alone + the fact that the AnalogLab comes included is well worth the price, the build quality is the icing on the cake.
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TST86 19.08.2020
As a newbie to Midi keyboards I have been using this device for about 4 months now and I am very happy with it. Integrates smoothly with Ableton (separate DAW mode to easily work within the ableton and control a lot of things through the keyboard).

Build quality is great, it feels like it will last for ages.

Connectivity has all I need for home studio use currently but would also be very well workable for a gig.

The device came with ARTURIA's V collection, which is an absolutely stunning piece of software, again here also you feel quality everywhere.

As I am fairly new to MIDI keyboards, I reached out to Arturia's service / help desk a couple of times over the past months. They are REALLY helpful and swift in answering. Next to the overall quality this is a really important element for me in considering buying additional gear of the brand.
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Arturia KeyLab MkII 49 Black
James4979 24.02.2021
This is got to be the best keyboard controller with loads of feature that also includes great software I was so impressed with the Arturia Keylab software I also purchased their V-collection 8 so I could have full control of the instruments but even without that the presets are outstanding and still allow you adjust the most used parameters of the presets that coupled with the great build quality and functions gives you exactly you need in a controller
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